Baltimore County Police say a woman who, along with her husband, was struck by a car over the weekend in Parkville has died.
Baltimore mayor to preside at mass wedding for same-sex couples at Pride festival
Family of man shot by undercover Baltimore police officer settles with city for $100,000
The Baltimore Orioles insist upon being philosophical about their five-game losing streak, because the last thing they want to do is start pressing to win.
Tavon White, the alleged leader of a jailhouse gang at the Baltimore City Detention Center, will reportedly await trial in federal custody outside Maryland. And there's more bad news about the Baltimore jail.
A yet-to-be-released report finds that Baltimore has made little progress in curbing animal abuse since a special commission was formed in 2009.
Tireless trainer Lukas enters 3 in Preakness, bidding for record 14th Triple Crown victory
Maryland is expanding MARC rail service beyond the work week. State transportation officials say the transportation bill signed Thursday includes $100 million for enhancement for MARC.
WTOP's Kristi King reports.
For the first time ever, security will be roaming the grounds of Pimlico with metal detectors. But that's not the only security change for the thoroughbred horse race.
Lt. Gov. Brown to present trophy to winner of Preakness Stakes, stand in for Gov. O'Malley
Bucking history: Goldencents looks for a Preakness rebound after running 17th in Derby
Derby winner Orb has gone from ordinary to extraordinary heading into Preakness
A new report finds the Maryland Tax Court failed more than 40 percent of the time to resolve homeowners' appeals of property-tax assessments within 90 days of filing.
Authorities say an Ecuadorian national in the U.S. illegally has been charged with raping a 9-year-old girl in Baltimore.
Orb becomes Preakness insider after drawing rail as favorite in Saturday's Triple Crown race
If the words "shucking" and "slurping" make your mouth water, get ready for the debut of a new oyster raised in Maryland.
FBI, National Archives return to rightful owners 10,000 items stolen by well-known collector
A man has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in a shooting at a Baltimore carryout restaurant.
The Baltimore City Council has given a preliminary approval to a bill that would require local hiring for contractors.